Review: Hyatt Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California)

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

Palm Springs is a great town, period. There are many great options for hotels in Palm Palm Springs, that’s true, but there are only a handful of Hyatt properties. Review: Hyatt Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California) In this post, I’ll be covering on my recent stay at the Hyatt Palm Springs. Location & Getting There […]

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Napa Farms Market – Where You Should Visit at SFO

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Since the Centurion Lounge San Francisco was a disaster, Mrs. Island Miler and I left and headed to Terminal 2. There, we headed to Napa Farms Market – where you should visit at SFO. Location Napa Farms Market is a market and quick service dining outlet in Terminals 2 and G and San Francisco International […]

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The Centurion Lounge San Francisco

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

At the end of our time in San Francisco, we headed to the airport early due to the Silvercar return process. Thankfully, that didn’t take too long so we went to check out the Centurion Lounge San Francisco. Location The Centurion Lounge San Francisco is in Terminal 3 (the United Airlines terminal) near gate 74. […]

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Enjoying Modern Chinese at Mister Jiu’s

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

At the one Hawaii Food & Wine Festival event Mrs. Island Miler went to, we got to sample Brandon Jew’s cuisine. So I knew going to San Francisco that enjoying modern Chinese at Mister Jiu’s was a priority for us. Location As you’d expect, Mister Jiu’s is in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown. Specifically, […]

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Visiting San Francisco’s Treasure Island

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

After our post-hike treat at Salt & Straw, headed to a light lunch at Boudin. Then, I wanted to get a view of the Oakland Bay Bridge, and the best way to do that is visiting San Francisco’s Treasure Island. Boudin I like Boudin’s sourdough bread, so why not give their restaurant a try? Well, […]

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Seasonal Flavors at Salt and Straw San Francisco

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

I’ve loved Salt & Straw since my first visit to Portland back in 2015. And being that San Francisco has a location, I made it a point to sample some seasonal flavors at Salt and Straw San Francisco. After our hiking adventure at Marshall’s Beach, Mrs. Island Miler and I decided to grab some ice […]

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Hiking Down to Marshall’s Beach

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

On our final full day in San Francisco, we took Mr. Jeffsetter’s recommendation and went on a hike. Specifically, we went hiking down to Marshall’s Beach to get the best view of the Golden Gate Bridge in the city. Location Marshall’s Beach is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It’s on the San […]

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An Amazing Experience at Atelier Crenn

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

So, dining at The French Laundry was the primary goal while we were in NorCal. But, since we were going to be in San Francisco, and reservations were available, why not have an amazing experience at Atelier Crenn too? Booking Much like The French Laundry, you need to make reservations for Atelier Crenn via Tock. […]

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Fisherman’s Wharf + Lunch at Scoma’s

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

After our ride on the San Francisco Municipal Railway Cable Car, we took a walk around the touristy Fisherman’s Wharf. But the real reason we were here? To grab lunch at Scoma’s. Fisherman’s Wharf Yeah, yeah, yeah… Riding the cable car and walking around Fisherman’s Wharf are very touristy things to do. But we really […]

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Hiking The Kelso Dunes Trail (Mojave National Preserve, California)

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

The Mojave National Preserve is filled with some great hiking trails like the Teutonia Peak Trail and the Barber Peak Loop Trail, but perhaps none are as unique as the Kelso Dunes Trail. Hiking The Kelso Dunes Trail (Mojave National Preserve, California) The Kelso Dunes are located within the Mojave National Preserve, near the interesting […]

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Hiking The Teutonia Peak Trail (Mojave National Preserve, California)

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

Having tackled the awesome Barber Peak Loop Trail the day before, I wanted to try another classic Mojave National Preserve trail – the Teutonia Peak Trail. Hiking The Teutonia Peak Trail (Mojave National Preserve, California) In this post, I’ll take a look at the Teutonia Peak Trail, a trail that takes you right smack through the […]

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Hiking The Barber Peak Loop Trail (Hole-In-The-Wall Campground, Mojave National Preserve, California)

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

True, Mojave National Preserve is one of the lesser-known Parks in California, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less impressive than say Joshua Tree National Park or Death Valley National Park. In fact, at 1.6 million acres, it is the third largest unit in the National Park System. What does that mean for you? A […]

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San Francisco Municipal Railway Cable Cars

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

During our first full day in San Francisco, we left the car at the hotel and decided to get around using the San Francisco Municipal Railway Cable Cars. Is it a touristy thing to do? You bet. But it was an interesting experience. Hotel parking in San Francisco is astronomically expensive. So, the last thing […]

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Rich Table SFO – Casualized Fine Dining

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

After settling into the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square, we headed out to our first dinner in the city. And for our first dinner, I chose the One Michelin Star Rich Table for an intriguing dining experience. The Rich Table is a different breed of restaurant from those we’ve been to thus far during […]

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